One troublesome thing about Instagram is the limited opportunity to link to your website, unless you have over 10,000 followers (and the perks that come with that). So how do you reach this magic number of followers? Consider the following tips.
Category: Social Media
There is a vast chasm between a successful YouTube channel and a boring one with slow-paced promotional videos that social media users either can’t find or won’t watch. To ensure that your audience finds and enjoys your video content, consider the following steps when planning, creating, optimizing and promoting your video content.
Creating a content calendar for your blog or social media channels is a critical component to effective inbound marketing. Pre-planning and organizing your posts saves you the time-wasting, frustrating process of trying to brainstorm “on the fly.” But where to begin? Check out these tips to help you plan and schedule your content.
How do you determine whether or not your last trade show social media marketing campaign was effective? Is it the number of likes, shares or impressions? Or is it the number of high quality leads you collect in your booth? In this article we discuss ways to measure your campaigns.
When it comes to B2B marketing, LinkedIn is everyone’s go-to social network. But this can be a dangerous misconception that may result in misspent marketing dollars and lost leads. Especially when Twitter tends to be the go-to platform for a select niche of business users who want to stay abreast of timely happenings.
Are you worried that social media fame is all about trickery and amassing a bunch of fake followers? The following do’s and don’ts will help you find a healthy balance between slow-but-steady organic channel growth and natural-looking, accelerated social automation.
How many t-shirts, mobile device chargers, water bottles, etc. have you received at trade shows? How many of them actually changed your view of the company that produced them? Today, more and more brands are ditching the plastic trinkets in favor of less tangible, more experiential premiums.